We're terribly excited to announce the launch of our online store, filled to the brim with Tasmanian goodness. Read below about some very talented locals that we're working with and feel free to browse their wares on Tailored Tasmania. It's the perfect time to find special Tassie treasures to pop under the tree.
avadon luxury candles
This range of luxury artisan candles began as a humble experiment in the kitchen of Tennille Avadon. Today, her 100 per cent pure soy candles, hand poured in Hobart are spreading light to the world. The scents speak for themselves- from pomegranate rouge to papaya and limeleaf these candles have the power to take you places. The elegant collection is inspired by Tennille's love of travel and appreciation of art, literature, beauty and fashion. This passionate local wants to bring you "a little luxury to brighten your space wherever the road takes you, whatever the day brings."
rebecca roth jewellery
Rebecca Roth is a jewellery designer based in Hobart. Working exclusively with resin, from her studio in Hobart’s Salamanca Arts Centre, Rebecca’s pieces are handcrafted with passion and care. Her contemporary range includes necklaces, bangles, rings, earrings and cufflinks. Rebecca’s designs reflect a raw beauty inspired by the Tasmanian environment. Rebecca's jewellery can be found in her boutique gallery along Hobart's waterfront.
Visit rebecca roth
elliot my dear - art
Hamish and Sarah Elliot form 'Elliott My Dear'. Sarah has a BFA from VCA, Melbourne University, where she studied painting and printmaking. Sarah paints with oils on wooden panels, watercolours, and copperplate etch.
"I love painting from a childhood imaginative space where a visual narrative takes on a life and language of its own. Each painting is personal and important to me and is like a little story. But my favourite thing about working visually is its openness to interpretation and multiple readings," says Sarah.
Visit: Elliot My Dear
smith+purton is a creative partnership who like to design, print and make homewares, soft furnishings, gifts, art prints and more. They work with sustainable materials such as hemp or organic cotton and solvent-free, water-based inks. Smith+purton's aim is to create products for you that will be long-lasting and long-treasured. Their ethos is low impact on the world, high impact on your life. All their soft furnishings are manually printed, so they will sometimes have the characteristics of a hand crafted process.
nanna woo handmade
Hanna Woolley is creator of Nanna Woo Handmade. Hannah loves to focus on turning every piece into something special for you. Ninety per cent of her work is one of a kind and the other ten is limited 'runs.' Hannah makes dainty polymer clay earrings, pendants and brooches by casting her own moulds, one of a kind patchwork stitched cards on recycled paper and natural fibre wearable art and wall art. Hannah's focus is to work towards building a fully sustainable and earth friendly business from the comfort of her home.
Visit Nanna Woo Handmade
huon pine picnic planks
The Huon Pine Picnic Plank has been designed by hand, right down to the hand rubbed oil finish. Each piece is unique and has been individually selected to display the best of its grain and natural features. The more the picnic plank is used, the more worn and distinctive the character of the timber will become…. Like an old worn farmhouse kitchen table.
Visit: Huon pine picnic planks
This little market sign says it all:
Take a peek at Tailored Tasmania's store and know there's more to come as our locals continue to create on this inspiring patch of the planet.
Your launch pad for exploring Tasmania like a local.